The Abortion Legalisation Act 2021 is one of the most extreme (pro-abortion) laws in the world. We believe every human being, even the child in the womb, has the right to life. The unborn child has a fundamental human right and should be legally protected. A 2019 poll found strong support for the unborn child having human rights and being legally protected once a heartbeat is detected, and only a small minority thinking that life doesn’t begin until the child is born. We love both the mother and her unborn child.
Get informed, and let’s work together to make abortion “unthinkable” for the majority of New Zealanders.
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Why I Stopped Performing Abortions
Dr Norman MacLean qualified in medicine at the Otago Medical School 50 years ago. He practiced within obstetrics & gynaecology for nearly 40 years. In 2015, Dr Norman MacLean was named a member of the New Zealand Order of Merit in the Queens Birthday Honours for services to obstetrics and gynaecology. Hear why he stopped performing abortions early into his career.
The Harms Of Abortion
Family First has published a report which reviews international evidence up to the end of last year about the relationship between abortion and the physical & mental health of women, showing there is a clear correlation between abortion and adverse psychological outcomes.
Listen to women who have actually had abortions. Listen to the research. Watch this >>
First Stages of Life
Pregnancy has three trimesters, each of which is marked by specific fetal developments. A pregnancy is considered full-term at 40 weeks
The Reality – Surgical Abortions in NZ
This short video explains the process of 2nd trimester surgical abortions (approx. 13 – 24 weeks). WARNING: Some parts of this presentation may be upsetting to viewers. Viewer discretion advised.
Before you defend abortion, be sure you know what you’re defending. Sadly, many people simply aren’t aware of the abortion procedures being used in New Zealand. According to official government statistics, surgical abortions are more common at the beginning of the 2nd trimester. As the gestation period increases (19 weeks onward), medical abortions are required more often (some surgical abortions are still performed though). Go to abortionprocedures.nz to learn more.